Impact Assessment of Industrial Development on Environment : A Case Study of Beawar District

  • (1)  Dr. Rajesh Sharma            Assistant Professor, Geography, SD Govt. College, Beawar, Rajasthan, India  

    (*) Corresponding Author


industrial development, environment, Beawar, assessment, air pollution, water pollution, environmental protection


Since the Industrial Revolution, human activities have made a significant negative impact on the environment. Pollution and carbon emissions contribute to deteriorating our natural environment and atmosphere. These consequences of industrial action pose a threat to human society and all other life seen in Beawar, Rajasthan. Understanding the environmental effects of industry is essential so we can move forward with appropriate decision-making and remedy these issues. When we comprehend the consequences of our actions, we can begin to make changes in our behaviors that can promote environmental protection. Industrial farming includes practices like the use of machinery that runs on fossil fuels and harmful fertilizers and pesticides. Other practices include giving livestock antibiotics and hormones as well as offering less humane living conditions. These practices have led to soil deterioration, air and water pollution, and increased greenhouse gas emissions, in Beawar, Rajasthan.


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Sharma, D. R. . (2023). Impact Assessment of Industrial Development on Environment : A Case Study of Beawar District. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 36, 12-16. Retrieved from